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. >> the father of nine-year-old jessica licenseford who was raped and murdered in florida testifies before the colorado legislature. but mark lunsford by crazen politicians. we'll show you what happened and mr. lunsford will be here. >> i come to the conclusion that the accuse will be released on bail. accused murderer oscar pistorius gets a break today in south africa. geraldo has the latest on this very troubling story. >> thank you for everything you've done and for helping my career. >> and that alabama woman the center of a controversy over her looks. >> what a beautiful woman, wow. >> thanks to sportscaster, who was criticized for praising her. gutfeld and mcquirk will way in. >> caution, you are about enter the no spin zone from phoenix. "the factor" begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly reporting tonight from phoenix, arizona. thanks for watching us. is the usa really becoming a nation that embraces barbarism? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as we reported earlier this week, a number of judges and politicians are doing things that harm defenseless ch
-year-old jessica roach goes missing in georgetown, illinois. investigator gary miller got the call. >> we all knew that we had something really bad here. we had an abduction. >> reporter: jessica's badly decomposed body was found in an indiana corn field weeks later. but then, like trisha's, jessica's case went cold. >> there is a lot of times you wonder whether you'll ever solve it, but you know that you're going to keep going, you're going to check everything out, recheck everything. >> reporter: for over a year, miller scoured local police reports. and then a break. a vehicle reported in a county nearby, the owner, larry hall. >> he had been involved in stopping some girls, those girls were scared, they ran from him. >> reporter: in the last six months, hall's van was spotted by more than 11 girls, in five different towns close by. including those where jessica lived and where her body was found. now, miller contacted the police in hall's hometown to arrange for an interview. >> he initially said, no, he hadn't been over here. >> reporter: miller had to coax hall to admit being
and organizing people with disabilities by jessica. jessica could you please say your last name? i don't want to mess it up. thank you. >> can you hear me from here? >> yes. >> my last name is lehman. jessica lehman. thank you. hello councilmembers. thank you so much for having us here today and congratulations to our new chair. >> thank you very much. >> okay. let me know if the sound is okay. is that close enough? okay. great. so i understand we have about 10 minutes. is that right? >> yes. >> okay. i'm going to try to take about just five minutes of our time because we have two board members here who i want to introduce them and a chance to speak as well. so senior disability action was technically formed last summer through the merger of senior action network and planning for elders in the central city. both are ork niegzs that have been around for 20 years and had similar missions for supporting seniors and people with disabilitys in san francisco and our mission is about empowering people with disabilities and seniors to improve our community as a whole and we have a strong s
suspects in custody? >>> good afternoon. i'm don scott. >> i'm jessica kartalija. sgltsz here's what a -- >> here's what people are talking about today. a promising college student is killed on the eastern shore campus. mike schuh is live with the latest on this violent incident. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon. the president of the university of maryland eastern shore said it was heart wrenching to have to call the parents of that student and tell them he was stabbed to death on campus. >> just like that, he's gone. >> rhonda boat eng grieves over the death of her boyfriend of 4 years, 21-year-old edmond aaron st. clair murdered this weekend at the university of maryland eastern shore. >> that's all i care about his baby. he created it. do you know what it feels like to have to tell a baby your father is gone because of careless behavior because of this nonsense. >> it happened around 9:30 saturday night as his cousin and younger brother came to visit him during homecoming weekend. >> he died in my arms. >> isiah saint t. clair said as the three of them drove across c
cuenten todo y aclaren jessica, qué guapa. >>> ave maría del sagrado perpetuo ¿como están? (risas). >>> bienvenida >>> mira, tremendo alboroto se haha armado de verdad. aparecieron unas fotos, de kate del castillo y el alcalde de la ciudad antonio villaraigosa, y suscita un montón de rumores. y raúl, tú sabes que conozco a antonio villaraigosa hace 8 años. es un amigo de mucho tiempo. y ahora se liga sentimentalmente y esto se vuelve un sacanr sacand escándalo. la cara del alcalde. podemos poner la segunda foto. miren la cara de felicidad que tiene el alcalde y la cara que tiene kate del castillo, señores. nunca he visto al alcalde con una sonrisa an grande. >>> oye, como no, si está kate del castillo. una de las mujeres paso guapas y exitosas y sexys y trabajadoras. y como no estará contento. pero bueno, o sea, de verdad que es muy chistoso. esto fue una fiesta que se realizó en el gary house. previo a los ga mr grammys. fuimos para allá y estuvimos una hora y media. fue increíble. había un mono ono de estrellas y celebridades. y ahí subió una foto a twitter. y buen
york city and didn't realize blackface was offensive. we're jernd by jessica williamss on flatbush avenue in new york right now. thank you for joining us. jessica. what do you think? >> outrage. jon, it's one more example of the politcally correct war on purim. >> jon: did you say there's a war on purim? >> hell yeah there is. this is a low-down dirty stunt. >> jon: how is this a same for purim. >> the way this man denigrates purim it's the fourth or fif. >> jon: keep going. >> it's the seventh, tenth most important jewish holiday there is. >> jon: around there. >> it's to be celebrated with costumes and heros in the ancient badel. >> jon: respect. >> and he trivializes it by dressing up like a basketball player. at what point do the book ofester do the harlem globe trotters show up. >> jon: in my day we dressed as the characters in the story. yourester youred move to dmorded haimis. >> are you doing do that every time. >> he went in where is the booz? >> jon: you are surprisingly knowledgable about this. >> yes, well. >> jon: do you feel like we're losing the reason for the purim
, raped by a married man but she was threatened to be charged with adultery. >> reporter: jessica hundred ves, one of the survivors whose story is highlighted in the film. >> the military was something i always wanted to do. i come from a military family, i wanted to join and start a career. >> reporter: did you enlist? >> i did. yes, ma'am. >> reporter: tell me what you did. >> i was crew chief on an f-15, i was responsible for the aircraft, top to do tbottom. i wanted to retire from the military. i was retired with ptsd. >> reporter: tell me what happened. >> a guy was in an adjoining room, he broke in through my bathroom, raped me, walked back out, grabbed his book bag and didn't say anything to anybody and left. >> reporter: he told authorities he stopped when she said no but while jessica was transferred to another base, the man she accused of raping her was given a commendation for his work. ultimately the military command weighed in and dismissed the case. >> i felt like this was a threat to justice and this is so wrong. >> reporter: in fact, only 8% of assault cases go to trial. >
with disabilities and jessica is leading us into that work. i participate with the housing collaborative. that group has taken action on issues such as the [inaudible] evictions, a tax on rent control and lead the work of a collaboration that created a survey for sro residents on the needs of the seniors and those with disabilities in those buildings since for many sro's will be the homes where they age and place. that survey resulted in legislation introduced by supervisor eric mar to require both grab bars and working phone jacks for residents. it just passed unanimously in its first reading at the board of supervisors. we are very proud of that. sda also runs several sessions a year, sda university. participants are taught how to advocate for themselves and their community by letter, by phone calls, by speaking in public, by visiting legislators, and by turning out to public actions. i'm proud to be a member. jessica mentioned the general meeting? a. the next general meeting will be a town hall. i hope you call could come. i will leave you a flier. it's on saving social secu
. >> i'm jessica kartalija. >> here's what people are talking about today. police in southern california saying the manhunt for an ex-cop who went on a week-long killing spree is over. this noon, we're being told it is the body of christopher dorner inside a burned out cabin the scene of a shoot out late yesterday. here's the latest for wjz. >> police have not yet confirmed that christopher dorner was the man they found inside a charred cabin. >> now it will depend on the condition of the body that's recovered. it will depend on the forensics that are available and the laboratories that are available. >> the week-long search for dorner ended with an intense shoot out at the cabin. cbs reporter carter evans was in the middle of it. >> we are right in the center of the action here. we are right where this is happening. >> then with a single gunshot the final confrontation was over. police say the former los angeles police officer and navy reservist took his own life as the cabin went up in flames. john miller headed up to lapd's mayor crimes unit. he said there's much evidence to help inve
, but what allegedly happened on a february 8th flight from minneapolis was far from ordinary. jessica bennett said she and her adopted son were on delta flight 721 to atlanta in seat 28b and next to them in seat 28a was this man, joe ricky hundley of hayden, idaho. >> he was being rude and belligerent and i felt very uncomfortable. >> reporter: she even left her seat and stood in the back of the plane holding jonah for much of the flight but she had to sit back down for landing in atlanta. because of the altitude change jonah was uncomfortable and crying. then it got ugly. >> i was having trouble comforting him and that's when the guy had made his comment to me. >> reporter: court documents say hundley allegedly told jessica to, "shut that n word baby up." >> i could not believe that he would say something like that and to a baby or about a baby. >> reporter: then hundley allegedly slapped jonah hitting him in the eye. >> and then to hit him was just -- i felt like i was in another world. i was shaking. >> reporter: according to the criminal complaint, fellow passengers came to he
correspondent jessica yellin. a lot of tough talk, jessica, from republicans. why exactly are they so mad about this? >> partly, wolf, because this is a surprise. the republicans didn't know the president was moving the white house bill on a separate track. they thought it was on deep freeze while the senate works out a compromise, so they think there's really only one reason the president would ready his own plan. he's preparing for the senate to fail, so they're mad. also, this is unusual. the obama white house rarely writes its own legislation. so this new strategy is unnerving some in both parties. now, the white house insists this is just a back-up plan, and they also tell me that they didn't leak the draft, and they think that the leak is unfortunate. >> were there really any surprises in this draft? no. great question and the answer is no surprises at all. the details from the leaked draft are no different from the plan posted on the white house website for the last two years. so then the question is, why are the republicans so outraged? part of the answer is it's just smart politics. to
warriors a makeover. and we start this morning with jessica lopez. >> reporter: yesterday, we enjoyed what has become a tradition during valentine week here on "midday" we honored some of the wives and mothers of wounded warriors. many are a long way from home. taking care of their loved ones being treated in our local military hospitals. one of those moms is jessica lopez from california. who are you here with? >> my sons, corporal lopez, joshua. her son lost a leg. >> he was injured in the marines in combat. he had severe injuries which resulted in having to amputate this right lower leg. >> do you have friends and family here? >> yes, i do, i have my husband and my six children. >> we wanted to give jessica a much deserved day, something she hasn't had in a while. we did it with the help of p.r. partners salon. >> it's been a little bit since we had a haircut, correct? my recommendation is to go in and shape your hair up. >> really cool, trendy clothes. >> reporter: we also got help from neiman marcus. >> they say the third floor is one of the most relaxing places at nbc. >> report
? some rock. congratulations. they're all set to announce the engagement at jessica's birthday party and i don't know anything about him. the night of the murder, daniel says he was with you until 4:00. and my sergeant spoke to the press photographer who took those snaps for the paper. according to him the pair of you slipped out of the nightclub just before midnight. daniel proposed outside college. he said he'd forgotten the ring. he needed to go pick it up. how long was he away, hope? about three hours. please, don't say anything. lewis: there's no point lying to us, daniel. after you left hope at college what then? listen, i was getting engaged. it's a big step. i... i just needed some head space. there. now can you please leave him alone? lewis: where did you go? daniel: home. got my head straight. what? drove or...? walked. yet to pass his test. lazy so and so. thank you, daniel. mind if we show ourselves out? the last time mullan was seen by his housemate was when? 10:00-ish. he dropped hadley in town. yeah, exactly. he dropped him in town. what does that
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golding and jessica alba and our new kissing booth. are you ready to make out with strangers, jessica? looks like she is ready. >> we >>> a uc santa cruz student is recovering after being shot in the head during a robbery. it happened at a bus stop. lisa amin gulezian is live with the story. lisa, this woman is incredibly lucky. >> very brave too. you know, dan, the 21-year-old was sitting here when the man snuck up behind her. to give an idea how dark and isolated this bus stop is, this is what it was like as she sat here all by herself last night. this is the man santa cruz police are looking for. late tonight detectives are interviewing the victim. she is sure this man attacked her. it happened at 7:30 last night. the uc santa cruz student waited for the number twenty bus to campus. but before it arrived she heard this. and then a man's voice telling her to empty her pockets. he had a gun. >> she complied with that until the suspect came up and initially she thought she was struck with the butt of the rifle. it turns out that was actually her getting shot. >> the 21-year-old ran wh
jessica knoll... [cheers and applause] and in the middle, a giant in the magazine business, editor-in-chief joanna coles. thank you all so much for being here. [cheers and applause] - lisa, my mission is to find the brightest and best women or men across america to work for america's best magazine. - joyce, what qualities are you looking for in an editorial assistant at cosmo? - we're looking for a team player, and someone with great creative energy, and who has a great eye. - again, huge opportunity. you guys want to meet the candidates? [cheers and applause] first off, from white hall, maryland, rachele trainor. [cheers and applause] - i am rachele trainor. i'm from white hall, maryland, and i grew up on a dairy goat farm there. i kind of found my love for fashion when i was 11 or 12, and i went to school for it out in denver, colorado. i landed an internship at marie claire magazine. while working there for only a short period of time, my mom became very ill, so i decided to go home and be with her. now that everything is okay, i've been looking for work, and to get to a magazin
, but smiling. >> he said what he said. and that is disgusting. >> reporter: jessica bennett and her son were flying to atlanta and sat next to this man of idaho. >> he was just being rude and belligerent and i felt very unconfidentable. >> reporter: he reeked of alcohol and continued to drink on board. but as the plane began to descend, jonas got fussy and the flight was getting worse. >> i had trouble comforting him. that's when the guy had made his comment to me. >> reporter: as court documents state, this is when he allegedly told jessica to shut that n word baby up. but it did not end there. using the racial slur a second time and allegedly slapped jona hitting him in the eye. >> i could not believe that he would say something like that. and to a baby or about a baby and then to hit him was just, you know, i felt like i was in another world. >> reporter: jessica says other passengers eventually came to her aide where the two were given a new seat. while he is back to being a curious toddler, they call his action heinous and hateful and wants something to be done. >> all the evidence is s
bark on that person found the wreckage of jessica and her body inside. and ariana and lila were discovered nearby. hunkered down in some brush. >> they were laying there staring at me. i said babies, are you okay? they said we're cold. i comforted them. >> bert was one of the first responders. >> he said she actually got the tw-year-old out of the car. so as far as weknow, the four- year-old got the two-year-old out of the car and had a blanket, she covered them both. >> medics took both girls for treatment, and then they were air lifted to the children's hospital in portland. wsp says the two-year-old injuries were serious. >> we could tell the two-year- old was sick. she was one that needed to be out of there right away. >> family was on the way to portland to pick up jessica's husband, who was a fisherman. he pleaded for help on facebook to find his missing family, only to have his fears confirmed. >> it looked like straight line. didn't look like she may have we shalled swerved or anything like that. >> she fell asleep, some eight hours before her daughters were dis
>>> i'm don scott. >> i'm jessica kartalija. >>> we begin with this day's breaking news. it is in wilmington delaware. a man opened fire inside a crowded courthouse leaving several people dead. alex is live with this. >> reporter: three people are dead including the shooter. police officers inside exchanged fire with the shooter before he reached the metal detectors in the lobby. two women were killed and two officers sustained non-life threatening injuries. details are still coming in. it's not yet clear how the shooting was killed. police could not confirm whether he entered the building targeting a specific person. >> thank you very much. earlier wilmington's mayor said one of the women killed is the shooters estranged wife. >>> the other developing story a major announcement from the vatican. for the first time in 6 centuries the pope will resign effective at the end of this month. wjz has complete coverage of the decision. mike schuh is live with reaction from local catholics. first more on the shocking revolution. >> pope benedict xvi delivered the surprising messa
kilmer, robert downy jr. and sarah jessica parker. it's "e.t.'s" special oscar edition of they dated? >> can you tell me what's going through your mind right now? >> everything. >> now, "entertainment tonight," the worldwide leader in entertainment news. >> big news. excitement around here tonight. michael jackson's son, prince michael, joins "entertainment tonight" as our special guest correspondent. >> that's right. brooke anderson is with him right now. >>> we are thrilled to have him, the first time prince michael has done something like this. he will be on our stage in a few minutes. a very impressive and nice young man. >> so sweet. so charming. >>> first, the sad news tonight, the apparent suicide death of country music star, mindy mccready. why couldn't this tragedy be prevented? >> that's what i want to know. that's why i sat down with the man who tried to help her conquer her demons on "celebrity rehab" dr. drew pinsky. >> she apparently shot herself in the face on this front porch moments after shooting her dog and days after being released from a mental health clinic. >>
by a former john hopkins doctor. >>> good afternoon. i'm don scott. >> i'm jessica kartalija. >> here's what people are talking about today the number of patients coming forward is increasing. women worry that their private parts are seen on video from the office of a former john hopkins doctor who killed himself. there are worries they have been posted online. wjz is live. mike schuh has the latest on an ever growing investigation. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon. those are the top concerns. they are speaking out his patients. they are seeking legal advice and worrying that they're most private parts are being seen online. >> wjz learned that federal authorities are actively involved in the investigation of doctor nikita levy, the john hopkins gynecologist fired earlier this month accused of secretly taking pictures and video of his patients during examination. >> tracy williams is sick. >> what was he doing with the pictures and video? >> that's a being unknown. gynecologist í amphetamine í fete fetish porn is all over the internet. some claim to future videos by real doctor
because they are all cheap bastards like jessica alba or perhaps the biggest star of all nominated for best performance by a 42-year-old pretending to be 18 courtney stodden. >> what are you doing? >> i'm here for the oscar sweet giveaway. should be fun. >> we now go to oscar himself for being affiliated with courtney stodden. >> everything that is wrong with the oscars. who invited them? >> who did you get invited by? >> i don't know. who invited me, ms. manager? >> mystery. >> we're guessing it wasn't meryl streep. >> the only oscar she might stand a shot with these days is oscar pistorius. even oscar the grouch thinks she is too trashy to be seen with. >> which explains why you don't see denzel washington showing up more like the tara reids or what the hell is in that bag? monique. >> stop trashing oscars good name, it's tacky and cheap. the only suite to go to is the "tmz" oscar suite where you can get a "tmz" shirt. >> they are fabulous now. >> have you seen them? >> i'm wearing six under here. >> you better have paid for those, pal. >> thanks, courtney. >> one more. not even
'm jessica kartalija. >> and i'm don scott. >> and here's what people are talking about today. there are three days left before automatic across the board spending cuts kick in. the president is taking his message on the road while republicans in congress are accusing him of using scare tactics. >> president obama is visiting a shipyard in new port news virginia today. he is warning that civilians who work on navy ships could face layoffs if $85 billion in budget cuts kick in. military leaders talked about how challenging the cuts will be at a congressional hearing this morning. >> if we do not have the resources to train and equip the force, our soldiers are the ones who will pay the price potentially with their lives. >> with the clock ticking it's small businesses like this communications contractor that are already bracing for the impact of the cuts, especially hits to the defense department. >> for us it could go into the millions of dollars. >> pedro alfonso employs 120 workers. his business relies on contracts with government agencie
>> . jessica and her son were flying to atlanta and sat next to this old joe hundley of idaho. >> he was being rude and belligerent and i felt very uncomfortable. said that he reached of and continued drinking on board. past the plane descended, jonah fuzzy. >> i was having trouble him and that's when made the comments to me. >> this is when he allegedly told jessica told her to "shut that (n-word) baby up." it did not end there. used a racial slur a second slapped then allegedly hitting him in the eye. i cannot believe he would say about a babye that , i felt to hit him i was in another world. i was shaking. >> she said other passengers to her aid and the two were given a new seat. his parents called the man's hang in a sand table and -- callt something done actions heinous. >> we hope that he will be punished. >> this is an experienced the will think about the next .ime they fly >> very dramatic. -- traumatic. party has been charged with assault, carrying a of a year inty jail. his attorney says he will plead not guilty. >> an alert for people in prince county. they might hear some booming a
god. i hate this song. >> coming up -- jessica biel was rocking out to justin timberlake. >> for a white girl, she's got booty and some moves. >> closed captioning and other considerations for "tmz" are provided by --- >> so bored of your ipad you are using it for a drink coaster. get the app for ipad. it's got photo galleries, videos and stories and it's easier to navigate than octomom's birth canal. go to the app store and get the "tmz" app for ipad. the price is free. still annoying. >> jessica biel was rocking out to justin timberlake, her husband after the brit awards in london. you see her in the crowd. i love it. >> suit and tie. >> it was sexy. >> for a white girl, she's got booty and some moves. >> i don't know if this is a booty and some moves. >> i don't know if this is a great move.
-- stakes is approaching. jessica kartalija reports, race officials are racing to get more people to the track. >> reporter: the announcement we've been waiting for. the 138th running of the preakness stakes is fast approaching. >> it's a festival inside with the bands, the food vendors. old -- >> reporter: old hilltop is adding performers, pitt bull will perform. ryan lewis will also take the step. pimleco's staff are racing to get new and younger fans to the track. calling preakness the people's race, the people's party. >> reporter: this year's line up resemblingtalent of preakness past. maroon5. and the zack brown band, and bruno mars. music fans are excited for what happens here on the infield it's the hard core racing fans that are excited about what takes place here on the track. the million dollars purse societied with the -- associated with the second jewel of the crown. running through the belmont stakes will continue. that's a few weeks of added revenue for the race course. >> i understand that pemleco is old but we're working h
high school. >> for how long he'll be in prison. >>> good afternoon. i'm don scott. >> i'm jessica kartalija. >> here's what people are talking about today. months after robert gladden opened fire inside perry hall high on the first day of school he's again facing a judge. wjz is live outside the courthouse. alex demetrick is there with the latest on today's sentencing hearing. alex. >> reporter: well , when robert gladden pled guilty to attempted murder the 15-year-old opened himself up to a possible 40 year prison sentence. >> gladden's lawyers already arguing many of the same points that failed to move the teen's trial to juvenile court. calling the shooting insanity at its finest, stupidity at its best and the act of a disturbed child. firing into the crowd in a cafeteria with a shotgun wounded 17-year-old daniel borowy whose mother took the witness stand and talked about how it effected her special needs son and family. >> reporter: she said she thought her son was going to die and after burying one child she didn't want to bury another. arguments by both sides are still und
. >>> i'm jessica kartalija. >> i'm don scott. >> here's what people are talking about today. >> it's the breaking news we're following in anne arundel county. sky chopper 13 is live over the scene of a fatal accident. >> reporter: good afternoon don. good afternoon everybody. this accident occur ed red around 7:43 this morning involving a car and a cement truck. the cement truck on the side of the road just now getting hooked up to be removed from the scene. about 5 minutes ago they finally opened up chapel road to allow traffic to come through. this is a mile to the west of route 3. now traffic is moving fine. no factor there. one person dead in this accident according to anne arundel county police. reporting live from chopper 13, i'm captain jeff long. back to you. >> thank you. all morning long traffic was not moving on that roadway. at least five dozen accidents because of icy conditions this morning. most of them we're just a fender bender type. >>> here in baltimore city many residents like these spent the morning scraping ice from and clearing snow off their cars, but
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